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Starting Line Up v CSKA Moscow

The starting line up who Arsene Wenger believes can send us back to the top of group, has been named.

Little suprise in the line up, however Justin Hoyte has passed a late fitness test whilst Gael Clichy makes his first Champions League start for 8 million years.

Starting Line Up:-

Lehmann
Hoyte
Toure
Gallas
Clichy
Hleb
Gilberto
Fabregas
Rosicky
van Persie
Henry



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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 1 2006

Time: 6:45PM

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Champions League and you can't even fill the ground, Henry is right, you're not a big club yet.
artyb
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01/11/2006 20:45:00

What do you mean? the ground was filled 60,003!! Which is near enough filled.
gunner-minesh
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02/11/2006 09:12:00

Barns and doors, barns and door! ;-)
huscarl
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02/11/2006 09:40:00

The game sold out ages ago. I think you'll find on Champions League night that you are not allowed to serve beer in the ground and as such lots of fans are always a bit late trying to get a last pint in.........oh wait, you wouldn't know that would you?? Silly me!!
Rocky7
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02/11/2006 09:52:00

Looks like they would have been better off getting a few more pints in.
artyb
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02/11/2006 10:34:00

if it was sold out why was so many empty seats.
Owamyaskip
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02/11/2006 12:58:00

 

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